A permanent artwork in St. Mary’s and St. Ethelburga church, Lyminge to honour Saint Ethelburga and Saint Eadbald and the Nail Bourne which brought human life to the area 8 – 10,000 years ago.
Artwork made to express the purity of the River Dour and to celebrate the beauty of the swans that glide down it.
“River Song” was created to remember the swans who died in May 2018 and my dear Grandmother, Elise Florence Radcliffe.
I have been invited by Dover Arts Development (DAD) to be an artist-in-residence in the project Art in the Park … More
Short film, unedited of experiments with sound and vibration of sound on water, with Clive Fletcher
solo art exhibition and art residency 21st Dec 2015 – 21st June 2016 At The Wealden Literary Festival 2016 Set … More
detail of photogram of skeletal Magnolia leaves shadow of glass of water with Forget-me-nots in it detail of Forget-me-nots detail … More
Visual research as part of an artist’s residency at Boldshaves, near Tenterden, Kent.
30th May 2014 As I embark on 10 days of forest life, I find I am interested in responding … More
Id primal reaction no.1 – released from ideas and conceptual structures; I express myself as simply and directly as possible … More
I found being in the forest scary, especially when sleeping there on my own, why? Fear of not seeing … More
Using Chestnut and Oak wood and a steel canister designed and made by Keith of KGS Metal, Ashford, I made … More
As a continued route of investigation from my artwork Emerge in the Stour Valley Arts exhibition in Ashford (see below), … More
6.30am on the back of the loo door… shadows in the forest … More
Using the space The Art Shack; the sound artist Gerry Kelly, and two musicians; Clive Fletcher on bass and … More
1 x light-proof long barn, 2 x holes